Two straight wins for Frankfurt, but successive losses for Leverkusen. Credit to Eintracht, who deservedly hit back to level and take the lead, before holding firm in the closing stages. Special mention again for Amiri's opener - you might not see a better solo goal all year.
TIME ADDED ON
Four minutes added on in Frankfurt. Leverkusen have not been without their chances, but Schick and Tasoba have not been able to make them count following promising set-pieces.
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FRANKFURT PLAYING ON THE COUNTER
WHAT A CHANCE!
How costly this could be. Kostic whips over a cross to Kamada, who is completely unmarked in the box. He has time to take at least one touch, but side-foots wide on the volley. If that had been Silva...
... and new ideas. With Alario among the changes, Leverkusen now have two proper centre-forwards on the pitch. Old school.
The home side forge ahead early in the second half. Weiser misjudges Younes's diagonal pass for Kamada, who needs no invitation to attack the Leverkusen area. He delays and delays before sending in a cross, which Tapsoba inadvertently puts into his own net on the stretch, with Silva lurking at the back post.
As you were at the start of the second period. Leverkusen are the only remaining team yet to lose away from home in this season's Bundesliga...
THE GOAL EVERYONE IS TALKING ABOUT
High entertainment in Germany's financial capital. Amiri's stunning solo goal put Leverkusen ahead, but Frankfurt levelled through Younes - and should arguably have extended their lead.
Leverkusen leggy as Younes slips a ball through for Durm. He has men over, but it's neither cross nor shot, and the chance is gone.
Electric feet from Diaby as he drives into the Frankfurt box. A couple of quick-silver touches carve out a shooting opportunity, but Hinteregger slides in with a thumping challenge before the Frenchman can pull the trigger.
YOUNES SHOULD SCORE!
Younes is kicking himself. It's brilliant from Kamada in the build-up, the Japan international racing away and putting the ball on a plate for the Frankfurt goalscorer. He's leaning back, though, and shanks over from a central position.
Patrik Schick lands a well-struck free-kick on the roof of the Frankfurt net from a good 30 yards. Lovely technique from the Bayer striker to get that up and over the wall. It was travelling, too!
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David Angel Abraham31.80km/h
FRANKFURT WINNING THE MIDFIELD BATTLE
Kamada and Younes are having plenty of joy in the Leverkusen half. Baumgartlinger is having to do the work of three men to keep up. That's where Leverkusen miss the injured Charles Aranguiz's influence.
Amin Younes has Frankfurt level at 1-1! Sow sends the Napoli loanee in on goal - the first touch takes him away from Leverkusen's centre-backs, and the clipped finish is measured to perfection, over Hradecky's trailing leg. That's his first Bundesliga goal in almost eight years!
Andre Silva does really well to shrug off a challenge in the Leverkusen box. He shapes to shoot, before sliding the ball back towards the edge of the area for Makoto Hasebe. He hits it first time, but it's too close to Hradecky, who beats it clear.
LEVERKUSEN IN CHARGE
Bayer were conceding possession a touch too easily early on, but have seized control since edging in front. Frankfurt need to regroup.
Sensational goal from Leverkusen. Florian Wirtz chips an outrageous pass into the box for Nadiem Amiri, who has it all to do. He nonchalantly rolls his marker, before back-heeling through the legs of the advancing Kevin Trapp.
Leverkusen slip Bailey into the box for the first time. He cuts onto his favoured left foot, before Hinteregger steps in to clear. Frankfurt better get used to that: the Jamaican is arguably in the form of his life, with four goals and five assists in his first 12 games of the current Bundesliga campaign.
The ball's rolling at the Deutsche Bank Park. Leverkusen will go top with a win, at least for 24 hours, with Bayern hosting Mainz on Sunday.
Leverkusen begin the year in second place, having tasted defeat for the first time in this season's Bundesliga in their previous fixture - at Bayern. Frankfurt are 11 points worse off, down in ninth, but did snap a nine-game winless run with a 2-0 victory at Augsburg on Matchday 13.
SILVA vs. SCHICK VS. ALARIO
Andre Silva is the top-scoring individual on the pitch in Frankfurt today. The Eintracht forward has scored nine times in the Bundesliga this season, whilst chipping in with three assists. Schick has registered four goals and one assist, though did miss four fixtures through injury. Alario has eight goals in his 10 top-flight appearances in 2020/21, at a clip of one every 73 minutes. Expect the Argentina international to emerge from the bench at some point...
ABRAHAM'S FAREWELL CIRCUIT
David Abraham returns from suspension for Frankfurt. After today, the Argentine has a further three competitive fixtures to go, before retiring after Bundesliga Matchday 16. Makoto Hasebe moves into midfield, while Daichi Kamada is preferred to Aymen Barkok in the final third.
BOSZ STICKS WITH SCHICK
Patrik Schick scored the pick of the goals in Leverkusen's defeat to Bayern prior to the winter break. The Czech striker starts again, ahead of top scorer Lucas Alario, who is among the substitutes. The right-footed Mitchell Weiser also comes in as an emergency left-back, with Daley Sinkgraven and Wendell unavailable.
Schubert, Ilsanker, Hrustic, Zuber, Toure, da Costa, Barkok, Kohr, Tuta
Trapp - Abraham (c), Hinteregger, N'Dicka - Durm, Sow, Hasebe, Kostic - Kamada, Younes - Silva
Grill, Lomb, Demirbay, Alario, Jedvaj, Onur, Gedekli, Bellarabi, Türkmen
Hradecky - Dragovic, Tah, Tapsoba, Weiser - Wirtz, Baumgartlinger (c), Amiri - Bailey, Schick, Diaby
Here you will find the most important information on the game between Eintracht Frankfurt and Bayer 04 Leverkusen on Matchday 14 of the 2020/21 Bundesliga season.